Cartoon Network Studios

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Cartoon Network Studios
Subsidiary
Industry Animation
Live action (2007–2013)
Predecessor Hanna-Barbera
Founded October 21, 1994; 21 years ago (1994-10-21)
Headquarters Burbank, California
Key people
Brian A. Miller (Senior Vice President and General Manager)
Products Animation Television
Owner Time Warner
Parent Turner Broadcasting System (through Cartoon Network)
Website www.bcdb.com

Cartoon Network Studios is an American animation studio. A subsidiary of the Turner Broadcasting System, Cartoon Network, and formerly of Hanna-Barbera Productions, Inc. (all subsidiaries of the Time Warner media conglomerate), the company focuses on producing and developing original animated programs and shorts for Cartoon Network, but sometimes also for its late-night block Adult Swim.

In a manner similar to Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Animation and Universal Animation Studios, the actual animation production is done overseas, most notably by either Saerom Animation or Rough Draft Studios, with pre-production and post-production being United States-based.

History[edit]

The studio began on October 21, 1994, at 7:00am as a name-only division of Hanna-Barbera Cartoons, Inc., which was then focused on producing Cartoon Cartoons for Cartoon Network: What a Cartoon!, Dexter's Laboratory, Johnny Bravo, and The Powerpuff Girls. In 1997, these series credited Cartoon Network Studios as Warner Bros. Animation's subsidiary Hanna-Barbera. In 1999, Cartoon Network Studios acquired its own facility located at 300 N 3rd St in Burbank, California,[1] which was the location of a telephone communications equipment building. Construction and production of the actual company and its various shows and pilots commenced in late 2000.

After William Hanna died, the Hanna-Barbera name was dropped as a production entity and the Hanna-Barbera studio was folded into Warner Bros. Animation by its chief Jean MacCurdy.[2] Cartoon Network Studios was then revived as a separate entity from Hanna-Barbera, growing out of the animation studio.[2] Cartoon Network Studios has continued to steadily grow with productions such as The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy and Samurai Jack and newer productions such as Adventure Time, Regular Show, and Uncle Grandpa. Some of Cartoon Network Studios' former programming now rerun on Cartoon Network's sister channel, Boomerang.

Filmography[edit]

Former/current series[edit]

Show Year(s) Creator(s) Co-production(s) Notes
What a Cartoon! 1995–1997 Fred Seibert Hanna-Barbera
Frederator Incorporated
Also known as World Premiere Toons, The What-A-Cartoon! Show, and The Cartoon Cartoon Show.
Dexter's Laboratory 1996–2003 Genndy Tartakovsky Hanna-Barbera (from 1997 to 1999) Spin-off of the What a Cartoon! shorts: "Dexter's Laboratory" and "The Big Sister".
Johnny Bravo 1997–2004 Van Partible Hanna-Barbera (from 1997 to 2002) Spin-off of the What a Cartoon! shorts: "Johnny Bravo", "Jungle Boy in 'Mr. Monkeyman'", and "Johnny Bravo and the Amazon Women".
The Powerpuff Girls 1998–2005 Craig McCracken Hanna-Barbera (from 1998 to 2001) Spin-off of the What a Cartoon! shorts, "Meat Fuzzy Lumpkins" and "Crime 101".
Time Squad 2001–2003 Dave Wasson
Samurai Jack 2001–2004 (1st run)
2016 (2nd run)[3]
Genndy Tartakovsky The first four seasons were aired on Cartoon Network but, the fifth season will be aired on Adult Swim's Toonami block.
Grim & Evil 2001–2002 Maxwell Atoms Split into The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy and Evil Con Carne in 2003.
Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law 2001–2003 Michael Ouweleen and Erik Richter Williams Street
Allied Art & Science (episodes from 2 to 4)
First Cartoon Network Studios series exclusively made for and aired on Adult Swim.
Whatever Happened to... Robot Jones? 2002–2003 Greg Miller
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy 2003–2008 Maxwell Atoms Originated from Grim & Evil.
Evil Con Carne 2003–2004 Maxwell Atoms Originated from Grim & Evil.
Star Wars: Clone Wars 2003–2005 Genndy Tartakovsky (on request by George Lucas) Lucasfilm, Ltd. First Cartoon Network Studios/Cartoon Network original series based on a motion picture franchise: Star Wars.
Megas XLR 2004–2005 Jody Schaeffer and George Krstic Titmouse, Inc.
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends 2004–2009 Craig McCracken
Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi 2004–2006 Sam Register Renegade Animation First Cartoon Network Studios series produced in a foreign country (Japan). Based on the pop/rock duo Puffy AmiYumi, known as the composers of the theme song for Teen Titans.
The Life and Times of Juniper Lee 2005–2007 Judd Winick
Camp Lazlo 2005–2008 Joe Murray Joe Murray Productions
My Gym Partner's a Monkey 2005–2008 Julie McNally-Cahill and Timothy Cahill
Ben 10 2005–2008 Man of Action
Squirrel Boy 2006–2007 Everett Peck
Class of 3000 2006–2008 André Benjamin and Thomas W. Lynch Moxie Turtle
Tom Lynch Company
Out of Jimmy's Head 2007–2008 Tim McKeon and Adam Pava Brookwell McNamara Entertainment Only live-action/animated series from Cartoon Network Studios. Based on the only movie of this genre from the channel called Re-Animated.
Chowder 2007–2010 C. H. Greenblatt
Transformers: Animated 2007–2009 Hasbro (original franchise) MOOK DLE
The Answer Studio
Hasbro
Studio 4°C
First Cartoon Network Studios/Cartoon Network original series based on a toy line: Transformers. Second Cartoon Network Studios series produced in a foreign country (Japan).
Wedgies 2008–2009 (1st run)
2009–2010 (2nd run)
Cartoon Network Studios A show project containing various short series (like B.A.E.: The Bremen Avenue Experience, Big Baby, Calling Cat-22!, Nacho Bear, and The Talented Mr. Bixby), aired before or after a show. It launched with the TV series The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack.
Ben 10: Alien Force 2008–2010 Man of Action
The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack 2008–2010 Thurop Van Orman
Adventure Time 2010–present Pendleton Ward Frederator Studios Spin-off of "Adventure Time", a short that was aired as part of Nicktoons' Random! Cartoons.
Ben 10: Ultimate Alien 2010–2012 Man of Action
Generator Rex 2010–2013 Man of Action
The Cartoonstitute 2010 Rob Sorcher Originally intended to be aired on Cartoon Network, but aired on Cartoon Network Video only.
Regular Show 2010–present J. G. Quintel
Tower Prep 2010 Paul Dini Dolphin Entertainment First live-action series produced by Cartoon Network Studios.
Sym-Bionic Titan 2010–2011 Genndy Tartakovsky, Bryan Andrews, and Paul Rudish Orphanage Animation Studios
Robotomy 2010–2011 Michael Buckley and Joe Deasy World Leaders Entertainment
The Problem Solverz 2011–2013 Ben Jones Mirari Films Originally intended to be an Adult Swim show named Neon Knome, but aired on Cartoon Network with the homonym name.
Secret Mountain Fort Awesome 2011–2012 Pete Browngardt Spun off into Uncle Grandpa, premiered in 2013.
Level Up 2012–2013 Derek Guiley and David Schneiderman D and D Productions[4]
Lords Productions[5]
Alive & Kicking Productions
Second live-action series produced by Cartoon Network Studios.
Ben 10: Omniverse 2012–2014 Man of Action
Incredible Crew 2013 Nick Cannon N'Credible Entertainment The last live-action series to be produced by Cartoon Network Studios.
Uncle Grandpa 2013–present Pete Browngardt Spin-off of Secret Mountain Fort Awesome, which was in turn a retooling of the original "Uncle Grandpa" short for The Cartoonstitute.
Steven Universe 2013–present Rebecca Sugar First show to be greenlit from Cartoon Network's Shorts Development Program.
Clarence 2014–present Skyler Page
Black Dynamite 2014–2015 Michael Jai White, Byron Minns, and Scott Sanders Williams Street
Ars Nova Entertainment
N-BOMB SQUAD
Only for Season 2, it's the second Cartoon Network Studios series exclusively made for and aired on Adult Swim.
Over the Garden Wall 2014 Patrick McHale Cartoon Network Studios' first original miniseries.
We Bare Bears 2015–present Daniel Chong First Cartoon Network original series based on a comic.
Long Live the Royals 2015 Sean Szeles Cartoon Network Studios' third original miniseries.
The Powerpuff Girls (2016) 2016–present Craig McCracken (original series) First Cartoon Network Studios/Cartoon Network original reboot series. Based on the homonym show.

Former/current shorts[edit]

Show Year Creator(s) Co-production Notes
Mixels 2014–present John Fang and David P. Smith The Lego Group[6]
Mighty Magiswords 2015 Kyle A. Carrozza First Cartoon Network Studios/Cartoon Network original web series. Available only on Cartoon Network Video.

Upcoming/in development series[edit]

Show Debut year Creator Notes
Mighty Magiswords September 29, 2016 Kyle A. Carrozza Thanks to its success as web series, it has been re-tooled in a full TV series.[7]
Untitled New Ben 10 Fall of 2016 (CN International)
2017 (CN North America)
Man of Action Upcoming fifth iteration of the Ben 10 series.[8][9]

Successful pilots[edit]

Show Year Creator(s) Co-production(s) Notes
Codename: Kids Next Door 2001 Mr. Warburton Aired as part of Cartoon Network's The 2nd Big Pick Show marathon, later won the competition. Pilot for the show of the same name.
Evil Con Carne 2001 Maxwell Atoms Aired as part of the series premiere of Grim & Evil. Pilot for Evil Con Carne.
LowBrow 2002 Jody Schaeffer and George Krstic Aired as part of Cartoon Network's Cartoon Cartoon Weekend Summerfest marathon. Pilot for Megas XLR.
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: House of Bloo's 2004 Craig McCracken Pilot for Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends.
Class of 3000: Home 2006 André Benjamin and Thomas W. Lynch Moxie Turtle
Tom Lynch Company
Pilot for Class of 3000.
The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack 2007 Thurop Van Orman Aired online in mini sequence as part of the interview with its creator.[citation needed] Pilot for the show of the same name.
Uncle Grandpa 2008 Pete Browngardt Aired as part of The Cartoonstitute. The pilot was used as the basis for the series Secret Mountain Fort Awesome, and then greenlit as its own series, which was started in 2013.
Regular Show 2009 J. G. Quintel Aired as part of The Cartoonstitute. Pilot for the show of the same name.
Level Up 2011 Derek Guiley and David Schneiderman D and D Productions[4]
Alive & Kicking Productions
Third and last live-action film produced by Cartoon Network Studios. Pilot for the show of the same name.
Steven Universe 2013 Rebecca Sugar The first of the seven pilots of Cartoon Network's 2013 shorts project to be greenlit as a full series. Pilot for the show of the same name.
Clarence 2013 Skyler Page The second of the seven pilots of Cartoon Network's 2013 shorts project to be greenlit as a full series. Pilot for the show of the same name.
Tome of the Unknown 2013 Patrick McHale The third pilot among the seven of Cartoon Network's 2013 shorts project to be greenlit as a full series.[10][11] Unlike the other pilots, that were shown online, this was selected for screening in various film festivals (such as the OIAF).[12] Greenlit as Over the Garden Wall.
Long Live the Royals 2014 Sean Szeles Shown as an artwork at the Cartoon Network's 2013 shorts project. Pilot for the miniseries of the same name.
We Bare Bears 2014 Daniel Chong Based on the webcomic The Three Bare Bears, it was shown at the European KLIK! Amsterdam Animation Festival.[13] Pilot for the show of the same name.
Squirrel Boy TBA Everett Peck It wasn't released online or aired on TV, but shown only at School of Visual Arts.[14] Pilot for the show of the same name.

Failed pilots[edit]

Show Year Creator(s) Co-production(s) Notes
IMP Inc. 2001 Chris Reccardi and Charlie Bean Aired as part of Cartoon Network's The 2nd Big Pick Show marathon.
My Freaky Family 2001 John McIntyre Aired as part of Cartoon Network's The 2nd Big Pick Show marathon. Lost 3rd place.
Ferret and Parrot 2001 Scott Morse Aired as part of Cartoon Network's The 2nd Big Pick Show marathon.
A Kitty Bobo Show 2001 Kevin Kaliher and Meg Dunn Aired as part of Cartoon Network's The 2nd Big Pick Show marathon. Lost 2nd place.
Commander Cork: Space Ranger 2002 Mike Bell Aired as part of Cartoon Network's Weekend Summerfest marathon.
Jeffrey Cat: Claw and Order 2002 Mark O'Hare Aired as part of Cartoon Network's Weekend Summerfest marathon.
Bagboy! 2002 John Mathot and Ken Segall Aired as part of Cartoon Network's Weekend Summerfest marathon.
Welcome to Eltingville 2002 Evan Dorkin First Cartoon Network Studios pilot exclusively made for and aired on Adult Swim.
The Groovenians 2002 Kenny Scharf S4 Studios Second Cartoon Network Studios pilot exclusively made for and aired on Adult Swim. Also, the only Cartoon Network Studios CGI pilot.
Party Wagon 2004 Craig Bartlett Snee-Oosh, Inc.
Periwinkle Around the World 2004 Aaron Springer Refusing to pick it up as a full series, Cartoon Network instead was going to release 5 shorts from the pilot as mobile phone content, but ended up putting them in their Sunday Pants anthology series in 2005.
Korgoth of Barbaria 2006 Aaron Springer Williams Street Third and final Cartoon Network Studios pilot exclusively made for and aired on Adult Swim.
Welcome to Wackamo 2006 John McIntyre
What's Wrong with Ruth? 2007 William Reiss
Project Gilroy[15][16][17] 2007 Shannon Tindle, Shane Prigmore, and Andy Schuhler
Diggs Tailwagger: Galactic Rover 2007 Derek Drymon Pilot originally greenlit by Nickelodeon.[18]
Enter Mode 5 2007 Gabe Swarr
Locker 514[19] 2007 Jeffrey Nodelman and Eric Trueheart First live-action short pilot produced at Cartoon Network Studios.
Siblings[20][21] 2007 Thomas W. Lynch Tom Lynch Company Second live-action short pilot produced at Cartoon Network Studios.
Stan the Man[22][23] 2007 Matt Dearborn Third live-action short pilot produced at Cartoon Network Studios.
Zoot Rumpus 2007 Kaz
Underfist: Halloween Bash 2008 Maxwell Atoms Spin-off pilot from The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy.
Mask of Santo 2008 Carlo Olivares Paganoni 6 Point Harness Based on the real-life Mexican wrestler icon El Santo, it was originally to be a series broadcast on the network, but the pilot wasn't picked up for a season.
KROG[24] 2010 Mark Rivers Fourth live-action short pilot produced at Cartoon Network Studios.
Harlem Man[25] 2011 Robert Brewster Only pre-production pilot from Cartoon Network Studios.
Aliens in the House[26] 2013 Danny Kallis Fifth live-action short pilot produced at Cartoon Network Studios.
Attention Students[27] 2013 Garrett Frawley and Brian Turner Sixth and final live-action short pilot produced at Cartoon Network Studios.
Lakewood Plaza Turbo 2013 Ian Jones-Quartey Aired as part of Cartoon Network's 2013 shorts project. It was later adapted into a mobile game titled OK K.O.! Lakewood Plaza Turbo.
Mars Safari! 2013 Ghostshrimp Aired as part of Cartoon Network's 2013 shorts project.[28]
My Science Fiction Project 2013 Audie Harrison Aired as part of Cartoon Network's 2013 shorts project.
Paranormal Roommates 2013 Benton Connor Aired as part of Cartoon Network's 2013 shorts project.
AJ's Infinite Summer 2014 Toby Jones
Back to Backspace 2014 Dominic Bisignano and Amalia Levari
Pillywags Mansion 2014 Sam Marin Retrofit Films
Swazzle Inc.
Chiodo Bros. Productions Inc.
Only Cartoon Network Studios puppet show/animated pilot.
Jammers 2015 Lizz Hickey
Ridin' with Burgess 2015 Andres Salaff
Twelve Forever 2015 Julia Vickerman
Apple & Onion 2015 George Gendi Screened at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival.[29]
Welcome to My Life 2015 Elizabeth Ito Like Apple & Onion, it was screened at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival.
Summer Camp Island[30][31] 2016 Julia Pott Screened at the SXSW Festival.
Bottom's Butte 2016 Minty Lewis
Bumble Braynes[32][33] TBA TBA 6 Point Harness

Independent shorts[edit]

Title Created by Year Notes
The Great Pinkerton John McIntyre 2004 Featured as part of Sunday Pants anthology series in 2005.
Flower Pals John McIntyre 2005
Mr. Pike Lillian Hughes 2012 First short winner of Young Writers Program, a special school project created in 2010 by the former Studios' executive Zita Lefebvre, in partnership with Burbank's R.L. Stevenson Elementary School. Its creator, Lillian Hughes, was a 5th grader student of the same school.[34]
You Are Special Sherryn Sim 2013 Second and final short winner of Young Writers Program. Used for the Cartoon Network's campaign "Stop Bullying: Speak Up", the creator Sherryn Sim was an 8th grader student of D.S. Jordan Middle School.[34]
Revelation Boys & Girls Club of Burbank 2014 Short created by nine middle/high school kids members of the club for Cartoon Network's campaign "Stop Bullying: Speak Up".[35] These members are: Tamara Chehata, Jonathan Morgan, James Casey, ZanyQa Price, Stephanie Reyes, Karina Lopez, Rosio Iniguez, Aaliyah Arellano, and Angela Ayvazyan.

Original movies/TV specials[edit]

Show Year(s) Co-production(s) Notes
The Flintstones: On the Rocks 2001
A Johnny Bravo Christmas 2001
Samurai Jack: The Premiere Movie 2002 Stand-alone film of the first three episodes of Samurai Jack.
It's Valentine's Day, Johnny Bravo! 2003
The Powerpuff Girls: Twas the Fight Before Christmas 2003
Billy and Mandy's Jacked Up Halloween 2003
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: A Lost Claus 2005
Billy and Mandy Save Christmas 2005
June's Egg-cellent Adventure: Juniper Lee Meets the Easter Bunny 2006
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Good Wilt Hunting 2006
My Gym Partner's a Monkey: The Big Field Trip 2007
Camp Lazlo: Where's Lazlo? 2007
Billy & Mandy's Big Boogey Adventure 2007
Company Halt 2007 First Cartoon Network crossover special, featuring characters and elements from both The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy and Evil Con Carne. Series finale to Evil Con Carne.
Billy & Mandy: Wrath of the Spider Queen 2007
Ben 10: Secret of the Omnitrix 2007
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: Nightmare on Wilson Way 2007
The Grim Adventures of the KND 2007 Curious Pictures Second Cartoon Network crossover special, featuring characters and elements from both The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy and Codename: Kids Next Door.
Ben 10: Race Against Time 2007 Trouper Productions First live-action film produced by Cartoon Network Studios. Based on Ben 10.
Transformers Animated Movie: Transform and Roll Out 2007 MOOK DLE.
The Answer Studio
Hasbro
Studio 4°C
Stand-alone film of the first three episodes of Transformers: Animated.
Camp Lazlo: Kamp Kringle 2007
The Class of 3000 Christmas Special 2007 Moxie Turtle
Tom Lynch Company
My Gym Partner's a Monkey: Animal School Musical 2008
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends - Destination: Imagination 2008
Chowder: Hey, Hey It's Knishmas! 2008
The Powerpuff Girls Rule!!! 2009 10th anniversary special to The Powerpuff Girls.
Ben 10: Alien Swarm 2009 Trouper Productions Second live-action film produced by Cartoon Network Studios. Based on Ben 10: Alien Force.
Low Tidings 2009 Also known as A Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack Very Special: Low Tides Day Special.
Firebreather 2010 Pistor Productions
SAMG Animation Studio
First Cartoon Network Studios CGI original film. Based on the comic book of the same name, published by Image Comics.
Regular Show: Terror Tales of the Park 2011–present First multi-part special based on Regular Show.
Ben 10/Generator Rex: Heroes United 2011 Third Cartoon Network crossover special, featuring characters and elements from both Ben 10, respectively Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, and Generator Rex.
Adventure Time: Holly Jolly Secrets 2011 Frederator Studios
Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens 2012 Monkey Punch Studio LLC
Tiny Island Productions
Cartoon Network Asia
Regular Show: Exit 9B 2012
Regular Show: The Christmas Special 2012
T.G.I.S. 2013 Fourth Cartoon Network crossover special, featuring characters and elements from both Ben 10, respectively Ben 10: Omniverse, and The Secret Saturdays.
Regular Show: The Thanksgiving Special 2013
The Powerpuff Girls: Dance Pantsed 2014 Passion Pictures
Je Suis Bien Content[36]
Planktoon Studios[36]
15th anniversary series special to The Powerpuff Girls.
Regular Show: Skips' Story 2014
Mixels: Mixed Up Special 2014 The Lego Group
Regular Show - The Real Thomas: An Intern Special 2014
Christmas Special 2014
Mixels: Moon Madness 2015 The Lego Group
Say Uncle 2015 Fifth Cartoon Network crossover special, featuring characters and elements from both Steven Universe and Uncle Grandpa.
Regular Show: Brilliant Century Duck Crisis Special 2015
Uncle Grandpa: Guest Directed Shorts 2015
Regular Show: The Dome Experiment Special 2015
Uncle Grandpa Babies 2015
Mixels: Quest for the Mixamajig 2015 The Lego Group
Adventure Time: Stakes 2015 Frederator Studios Cartoon Network Studios' second original miniseries. First multi-part special based on Adventure Time.
Good Jubies 2016 A behind the scenes documentary about the making of Adventure Time's episode "Bad Jubies".
Mixels: Every Knight Has Its Day 2016 The Lego Group
Regular Show: Rigby's Graduation Day Special 2016
Mixels: Nixel Nixel Go Away 2016 The Lego Group

Theatrical films[edit]

All the films are theatrically distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures.

Film Year Co-production(s) Notes
The Powerpuff Girls Movie 2002 First theatrical film by Cartoon Network. Prequel film to The Powerpuff Girls.
Regular Show: The Movie 2015 Second theatrical film by Cartoon Network, but in limited release. Based on Regular Show.
Untitled Adventure Time film TBA Warner Animation Group
Frederator Films
Announced February 2015. Third theatrical film by Cartoon Network. Based on Adventure Time.[37]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  7. ^ Cartoon Network Orders ‘Mighty Magiswords’ Series Based on Interactive Digital Project (EXCLUSIVE)
  8. ^ 5th Ben 10 Series
  9. ^ Confirmation of 5th Ben 10 Series by Official Twitter Page of CN PR
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  13. ^ ICE BEAR JUDGES YOU
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  15. ^ Illya Owens | LinkedIn
  16. ^ Shannon Tindle
  17. ^ SHANE PRIGMORE
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  19. ^ "Locker 514 (TV Movie 2007)". IMDb. Retrieved November 26, 2014. 
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  21. ^ Kaare Reel 2015 kids action-adventure on Vimeo
  22. ^ Stan the Man - yeah sure productions
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  26. ^ "Aliens in the House (TV Movie 2013)". IMDb. Retrieved November 26, 2014. 
  27. ^ "Attention Students (TV Movie 2013)". IMDb. Retrieved November 26, 2014. 
  28. ^ "Early Preview of Ghostshrimp's New Project "Mars Safari" for Cartoon Network". Strange Kids Club. Retrieved 2012-12-26. 
  29. ^ http://variety.com/2015/tv/markets-festivals/annecy-daniel-chong-we-bare-bears-1201520988/
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  31. ^ Cartoon Network: Disrupting with Post-Its and Pencils [SXSW 2016 - Part 2]
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  33. ^ Animation Reel 2012 on Vimeo
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